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2 June – 7 October 2012
10am–5pm daily, until 9pm Wednesdays
NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road

Educator's Guide

Think, Investigate, Create

This exhibition website includes discussion targeted to various areas of the Victorian curriculum, brought to life with images, film and interviews that celebrate the power and politics, spectacle and splendour of Napoleon and his times.

Each section explores themes and ideas raised in the exhibition and includes Think, Investigate, Create questions and activities to prompt further exploration and engagement. Links are provided to assist in further research.

NGV Schools

A range of education programs, including introductory talks and practical workshops for students of all levels and teacher professional learning programs supporting Visual Arts and Design, History and LOTE curriculum frameworks are available in conjunction with this exhibition.

Please note school bookings for programs and self staffed visits to the Napoleon exhibition are required at least two weeks in advance of visit.

NGV Schools Bookings
Phone: 03 8620 2340, 12–5pm weekdays
Email: [email protected]

VCE History –

Discover the key ideas events and people of Revolutionary France through the art and objects of the time.

Art & Studio Arts

Discover how the tumultuous times affected the art and artists of Revolutionary France. Using the VCE Art Analytical Frameworks take a closer look at works by Jacques-Louis David and Louis Gauffier.

Visual Communication
& Design

Investigate the visual communications and design styles of the Directory, Consular and Empire periods and discover the historical and cultural influences that inspired them.

VELS The Humanities – History – Level 4 & 5

Learn of the French exploration of the New World and the part played by the French in discovering and documenting the land and people of Terre Australe.